Speaking with an accent means using sounds of your mother tongue to express yourself in a foreign language. By completing a professional French phonetics course you will better develop your auditory skills and learn to pronounce words more accurately (I have an expert trained musical ear to help you on your phonetics journey). More...
Spelling & pronunciation
In French language what you see is not what you get. Thankfully, there is a connection between the spelling and pronunciation that is useful and worth learning. These phonetics rules can help you learn to pronounce any French word correctly and speak fluently with confidence. More...
Spelling & Pronunciation
Diction & intonation
Excellent diction requires clear articulation and being aware of the way every sound is produced. Intonation, melody of the language, is equally important when you speak.
This is the third and final element in your phonetics proficiency training. More...
Diction & Intonation
About Michel Garçon
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As French language is definitely not phonetic but etymological, a few rules exist and are essential in order to grasp how French vowels must be pronounced according to their particular location inside a word. The tongue placement and mouth shape are part of my teaching. The nasal vowels and even the French R can be properly pronounced thanks to a simple mechanical work.